ECE502

Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering
Fall
Catalog Data: 

Graduate Course Information

===============================================

ECE 502 - Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering

Credits:  3.00

UA Catalog Description:  http://catalog.arizona.edu/allcats.html

Course Assessment:

Homework:  8 – 10 assignments

Project:  1 project

Exams:  1 Midterm Exam, 1 Final Exam

Grading Policy:

Typically: 20% Midterm,

                40% Final Exam,

   40% Project.

Course Summary:

The goal of this course is to enhance the graduate students’ skills in using applied mathematics for solving electrical engineering problems.
Prerequisite(s): 
Graduate Standing
Textbook(s): 

Mathematical Methods for Physicists by G. B. Arfken and H. J. Weber, Academic Press.

Advanced Engineering Mathematics by E. Kreyszig, Wiley.

Course Topics: 

Separation of variables
Special functions (Gamma, Bessel, Legendre, etc.)
Functions of complex variable
Analytic function theory
Advanced topics of vector analysis
Eigenfunction expansions

Class/Laboratory Schedule: 

Lecture:  150 minutes/week

Prepared by: 
Miklos N. Szilagyi
Prepared Date: 
April 2013

University of Arizona College of Engineering